- Riverside apartments and penthouses
- Spacious luxury apartments and penthouses
- 24-hour concierge
- Gym & Spa facilities
The landmark Battersea Power Station residential project will be a hubbub of activity, from a magnificent theatre to local independent boutique shops and buzzing high streets set around this historic building, with its iconic four white plumes. Set to become one of London’s most popular areas, the scheme has been intricately designed to ensure a private and luxurious style of living for the lucky few that will live here.
Since Battersea Power Station was decommissioned in 1983, it has been a beautiful yet dormant landmark, only occasionally enjoyed by concert goers and film makers. However, this incredible 42-acre site was largely left unused. Set to fully complete by 2020 the entire local area will be sympathetically reinvigorated through the creation of London’s newest and most unique village, designed by a combination of some of the world’s best architects including Sir Norman Foster, Frank Gehry, Wilkinson Eyre Architects, dRMM and Simpson Haugh and Partners
Serviced by excellent transport connections the scheme will be just 12 minutes from the City and 17 minutes to the West End from the new Battersea Power Station Underground terminal, as well as being a stone’s throw from the iconic buzz of Chelsea.
Key features of Battersea Power Station
Thames River Boat dock from the scheme
18 acres of public open space
6-acre riverfront park
Direct access to Battersea Park
Street food market
St Paul's Cathedral could fit inside the main boiler house of the power station
Each boiler house at the power station is the size of the Tate Modern Turbine Hall
Proud home to 2 peregrine falcons
As much commercial space as the Gherkin
Phase one if stood up is taller than the Shard
One of the largest roof gardens in London
Russell Simpson is proud to offer a collection of exclusive private apartments across multiple phases of the scheme. Viewings are strictly by appointment only, for further information please fill out the adjacent contact form or call 020 7225 0277.
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